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Cyren Adds Email Archiving To SaaS Security Platform

The Cyren Email Archiving service protects business messages and simplifies regulatory compliance. The service is offered as part of Cyren’s enterprise security platform, which integrates web security, email security, DNS security, cloud sandboxing and now, email archiving, on a single globally-operated Security-as-a-Service platform.

“Our customers value our cloud expertise and are asking us to provide complementary services around email management,” said Lior Kohavi, Cyren CTO. “Cyren’s 100% cloud-based security platform allows us to quickly roll out new services and capabilities to protect our global customer base and meet their wider needs, with speed and agility that simply isn’t possible with appliance-based infrastructures.”

Product Highlights

Cyren’s email security and archiving services, fully integrated on Cyren’s global security platform, simplify regulatory compliance with email management, protection and retention in the cloud. The latest release includes:

  • Fast search and eDiscovery – provides an easy to use search and eDiscovery toolset that returns searches in less than two seconds, enabling governance, risk and compliance and legal teams to complete freedom of information and subject access requests in minutes.
  • Tamper-proof storage – inbound, outbound and internal emails are saved in tamper-proof storage with audited user access to ensure email integrity for litigation purposes.
  • Ease of use – simplified user mailbox management removes the need for complex email filing, PST management and mailbox size control.

Cyren Email Archiving can be easily activated as part of any Cyren Email Security subscription. Cyren offers a free 30-day trial. Request yours today.

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